Frederick Henry Both1

M, #26, b. 14 May 1890, d. 27 September 1974
Last Edited=14 January 2017
Fred Both, 1946
     Frederick Henry Both was born on 14 May 1890 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.2,3,4,5,6 He was the son of Albert Wilhelm Both and Elizabeth Caroline Pfeiffer.2 He married Mildred Amelia Beach, daughter of Frank Lewis Beach and Annie Eliza Garrett, on 26 Apr 1924 at Jamaica, Queens County, New York.6 Frederick Henry Both died on 27 Sep 1974 at Hempstead, Nassau County, New York, at age 84.7,1 He was interred on 30 Sep 1974 at Mount Olivet Cemetery, Maspeth, Queens County, New York, Lot No. 1819, Section N.7
     He resided with Albert Wilhelm Both and Elizabeth Caroline Pfeiffer at 161 Division Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1892.8 Frederick Henry Both resided with Albert Wilhelm Both and Elizabeth Caroline Pfeiffer at 161 Division Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1900.9 Frederick Henry Both resided with Edwin Joseph White and Margaret M. Pfeiffer at 456 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1905.10 Frederick Henry Both resided with Albert Wilhelm Both and Elizabeth Caroline Pfeiffer at 713 Frost Avenue (now 131st Street), Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, in 1910.11 Frederick Henry Both resided with Albert Wilhelm Both and Elizabeth Caroline Pfeiffer in Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, in 1915.12 Frederick was the band leader of Both's Tango Band about 1916 to 1917.13 He was a witness at Albert L. Both and Grace Sarietta Edwards's wedding on 31 Aug 1918 at Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York.14 Frederick Henry Both lived with Albert Wilhelm Both and Elizabeth Caroline Pfeiffer in 1920 at 1254 Atfield Avenue (132nd Street), Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York.15 Frederick Henry Both and Mildred Amelia Beach lived at 105-02 132nd Street, Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, in 1925.16 Frederick Henry Both and Mildred Amelia Beach lived at 105-02 132nd Street, Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, fr 1930 - 1940.17,18 Frederick Henry Both appears in a group photo a 1940. He lived at 105-02 132nd Street, Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, in 1942.19 Frederick was employed as a machinist at the Long Island Railroad.20,21

Children of Frederick Henry Both and Mildred Amelia Beach

Citations

  1. [S70] Marilyn Gambardella, Benjamin Waldron - Florence Tricker Family Group Sheet.
  2. [S1985] U.S. Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007, Frederick Henry Both; b. 14 May 1890, Brooklyn Kings, New York; Father: Albert Both; Mother: Elizabeth Pfieffer; Type of Claim: Original SSN.
  3. [S1391] 1892 New York State Census, Kings Co., NY, Election Dist. 23, Ward 19, page no. 14, Age 2 [b. c. 1890], US.
  4. [S1813] Edwin J. White, 1905 New York State Census, Age 15 [b. c. 1890] US.
  5. [S1727] Albert Both, 1915 New York State Census, Age 25 [b. c. 1890] US.
  6. [S390] Marriage Return, Frederick Henry Both - Mildred Amelia Beach, 26 April 1924.
  7. [S1699] Frederick H. Both, Burial transcript, Lot 1819 Section N.
  8. [S1391] 1892 New York State Census, Kings Co., NY, Election Dist. 23, Ward 19, page no. 14.
  9. [S61] Albert Both, 1900 U.S. Federal Census.
  10. [S1813] Edwin J. White, 1905 New York State Census.
  11. [S64] Albert W. Both, 1910 U.S. Census.
  12. [S1727] Albert Both, 1915 New York State Census, Albert was the enumerator for this 1915 census.
  13. [S165] Photograph of the "Both's Tango Band" and their business card, unknown repository.
  14. [S986] Marriage Certificate, Albert L. Both - Grace S. Edwards, 31 August 1918.
  15. [S87] Albert Both entry, 1920 U. S. Census.
  16. [S1787] Frederick H Both, 1925 New York State Census.
  17. [S1785] Fred H Both entry, 1930 U.S. Federal Census.
  18. [S1786] Frederick Both entry, 1940 U.S. Federal Census.
  19. [S625] Draft Record, Box 14, Frederick Both card.
  20. [S65] William F. Both interview, 4 Jun 1994.
  21. [S625] Draft Record, Box 14, Frederick Both card.

Albert L. Both1,2

M, #27, b. 25 April 1892, d. June 1980
Last Edited=6 June 2015
Albert Lambert Both
     Albert L. Both was born on 25 Apr 1892 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, at 169 Division Avenue.3,4,5 He was the son of Albert Wilhelm Both and Elizabeth Caroline Pfeiffer.3 He married Grace Sarietta Edwards, daughter of James Morris Edwards Sr. and Charlotte Elsie Raynor, on 31 Aug 1918 at Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York.6 He married Marie A. Wolling on 17 Nov 1971 at the home of Marie's son, Oakedale, Suffolk County, New York. Their wedding ceremony was performed by the Rev. Trevor Hausske of the United Church of Christ Congregational.7 Albert L. Both died in Jun 1980 at Utica, Oneida County, New York, at age 88.8,9 He was interred at Union Cemetery, Sayville, Suffolk County, New York, Plot: N 57A/009
.10,11
     His common name was Bert. He resided with Albert Wilhelm Both and Elizabeth Caroline Pfeiffer at 161 Division Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1900.1 Albert L. Both resided with Edwin Joseph White and Margaret M. Pfeiffer at 456 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1905.12 Albert L. Both resided with Albert Wilhelm Both and Elizabeth Caroline Pfeiffer at 713 Frost Avenue (now 131st Street), Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, in 1910.13 Albert L. Both resided with Albert Wilhelm Both and Elizabeth Caroline Pfeiffer in Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, in 1915.14 Albert L. Both and Grace Sarietta Edwards lived at at 4777 Kimball Street, at Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, in 1920. Bert and Grace lived with her father.2 He was the best man at Mildred Amelia Beach and Frederick Henry Both's wedding on 26 Apr 1924 at Jamaica, Queens County, New York.15 Albert L. Both resided with Charlotte Elsie Raynor and James Morris Edwards Sr. at 88 Collins Avenue, Sayville, Suffolk County, New York, in 1925.16 Albert L. Both and Grace Sarietta Edwards lived at 88 Collins Avenue, Sayville, Suffolk County, New York, |They were living at the home of Grace's mother in 1930. Bert was employed as a machinist. in 1930.17 Albert L. Both appears in a group photo a 1940. He and Grace Sarietta Edwards lived at 88 Collins Avenue, Sayville, Suffolk County, New York, in 1940.18 Albert was employed as a machinist at Brookhaven National Laboratory at Upton, Suffolk County, New York, b 1971.11

Citations

  1. [S61] Albert Both, 1900 U.S. Federal Census.
  2. [S86] Albert Both, 1920 U.S. Federal Census.
  3. [S987] Albert Both, Birth Certificate.
  4. [S1813] Edwin J. White, 1905 New York State Census, Age 11 [b. c. 1894] US; name given: "Bertrand Bloth."
  5. [S1727] Albert Both, 1915 New York State Census, Age 23 [b. c. 1892] US.
  6. [S986] Marriage Certificate, Albert L. Both - Grace S. Edwards, 31 August 1918.
  7. [S132] Wedding announcement for Albert Both and Mrs Marie Wolling, unknown newspaper.
  8. [S236] Social Security Death Index, Albert L. Both entry, b. 25 Apr 1892 d. Jun 1980, Utica, Oneida, NY, last benefit Utica, Oneida, NY, SSN 079-10-0429, issued New York.
  9. [S477] Doris Bergen, to Mark Waldron.
  10. [S683] Find-A-Grave web site, Union Cemetery, Sayville, Suffolk County, New York; Albert Both; b. 1892; d. 1980.
  11. [S65] William F. Both interview, 4 Jun 1994.
  12. [S1813] Edwin J. White, 1905 New York State Census.
  13. [S64] Albert W. Both, 1910 U.S. Census.
  14. [S1727] Albert Both, 1915 New York State Census, Albert was the enumerator for this 1915 census.
  15. [S390] Marriage Return, Frederick Henry Both - Mildred Amelia Beach, 26 April 1924.
  16. [S1823] 1925 New York State Census, Kings Co., NY, Election Dist. 14, Assembly Dist. 2, page no. 8.
  17. [S698] Charlotte Edwards, 1930 U.S. Census.
  18. [S1822] Albert Both, 1940 U.S. Federal Census.

Elizabeth Doris Both

F, #28, b. 17 March 1898, d. 19 January 1982
Last Edited=29 July 2014
     Elizabeth Doris Both was born on 17 Mar 1898 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.1,2,3,4,5,6 She was the daughter of Albert Wilhelm Both and Elizabeth Caroline Pfeiffer. She was baptized on 5 Jun 1898 at Bayside, Queens County, New York, at Immanuel Lutheran Church.6 She married William Adam Maas on 17 Apr 1920 at All Saints Episcopal Church, Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York.6,7 Elizabeth Doris Both died on 19 Jan 1982 at Smithtown, Suffolk County, New York, at age 83.6,8 She was interred on 21 Jan 1982 at Pinelawn Cemetery, Farmingdale, Suffolk County, New York.6
     Her common name was Bessie. She resided with Albert Wilhelm Both and Elizabeth Caroline Pfeiffer at 161 Division Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1900.9 Elizabeth Doris Both resided with Edwin Joseph White and Margaret M. Pfeiffer at 456 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1905.10 Elizabeth Doris Both resided with Albert Wilhelm Both and Elizabeth Caroline Pfeiffer at 713 Frost Avenue (now 131st Street), Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, in 1910.11 Elizabeth Doris Both resided with Albert Wilhelm Both and Elizabeth Caroline Pfeiffer in Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, in 1915.12 Elizabeth Doris Both lived with Albert Wilhelm Both and Elizabeth Caroline Pfeiffer in 1920 at 1254 Atfield Avenue (132nd Street), Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York.13 Elizabeth and William were married in a home ceremony by the rector of All Saints Church. Elizabeth Both contracted polio in 1921 and was paralyzed the rest of her life. She always lived with her daughter Doris, who was raised with the help of her grandmother, Elizabeth Pfeiffer Both. They lived for a time at 1504 131st Street & Liberty Avenue in Richmond Hill, then moved to 143rd Street in Jamaica about 1924 after her brother Frederick got married. In 1926 they moved to 190-71 111th Avenue in Hollis (or St. Albans), where they stayed until 1963 when she moved with her daughter to 295 Willets Path, in Smithtown NY. As of 17 Apr 1920,her married name was Maas. Elizabeth Doris Both and William Adam Maas lived at 190-71 111th Avenue, Hollis, Queens County, New York, (his occupation: accountant for magazine publisher) bt 1930 - 1940.14,15 Elizabeth Doris Both lived in Albany, Albany County, New York, in 1940.16

Child of Elizabeth Doris Both and William Adam Maas

Citations

  1. [S1113] Elisabeth Doris Booth, Birth Certificate Kings Co., New York, Certificate No. 3740,.
  2. [S236] Social Security Death Index, Elizabeth Maas entry SSN SSN 069-52-9003 issued in NY.
  3. [S1813] Edwin J. White, 1905 New York State Census, Age 5 [b. c. 1900] US.
  4. [S1727] Albert Both, 1915 New York State Census, Age 17 [b. c. 1898] US.
  5. [S1726] Elizabeth (Pfeiffer) Both, 1940 U. S. Federal Census, Age 45 [b. c. 1895] NY.
  6. [S84] Doris Bergen, William Maas-Elizabeth Both Family Group Sheet.
  7. [S514] William Maas to Elizabeth Both, Marriage Certificate.
  8. [S236] Social Security Death Index, Elizabeth Maas entry.
  9. [S61] Albert Both, 1900 U.S. Federal Census.
  10. [S1813] Edwin J. White, 1905 New York State Census.
  11. [S64] Albert W. Both, 1910 U.S. Census.
  12. [S1727] Albert Both, 1915 New York State Census, Albert was the enumerator for this 1915 census.
  13. [S87] Albert Both entry, 1920 U. S. Census.
  14. [S1815] William Maas entry, 1930 U.S. Federal Census.
  15. [S1726] Elizabeth (Pfeiffer) Both, 1940 U. S. Federal Census.
  16. [S1754] U.S. City Directories, 1821-1989, Albany, New York, City Directory, 1940; page 320; "Maas, Elizabeth D wid Wm h 863 New Scotland av."     

Raymond Fox Both1

M, #29, b. 1 April 1900, d. 18 September 1921
Last Edited=29 July 2014
     Raymond Fox Both was born on 1 Apr 1900 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.2,3,4,5,6 He was the son of Albert Wilhelm Both and Elizabeth Caroline Pfeiffer. Raymond Fox Both died on 18 Sep 1921 at Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, at age 21.7 He was buried on 20 Sep 1921 at Maple Grove Cemetery, Kew Gardens, Queens County, New York, Lot 122A-Maple.8
     He resided with Albert Wilhelm Both and Elizabeth Caroline Pfeiffer at 161 Division Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1900.9 Raymond Fox Both resided with Edwin Joseph White and Margaret M. Pfeiffer at 456 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1905.10 Raymond Fox Both resided with Albert Wilhelm Both and Elizabeth Caroline Pfeiffer at 713 Frost Avenue (now 131st Street), Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, in 1910.11 Raymond Fox Both resided with Albert Wilhelm Both and Elizabeth Caroline Pfeiffer in Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, in 1915.12 Raymond Fox Both lived with Albert Wilhelm Both and Elizabeth Caroline Pfeiffer in 1920 at 1254 Atfield Avenue (132nd Street), Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York.13

Citations

  1. [S1525] Raymond Fox Both, WWI Draft Record, Queens Co., NY Draft Board 183.
  2. [S684] German Genealogy Group, NYC Birth Index, 1901-1907, Raymond Both entry, Kings Co. cert. No. 6903 [?], FHL film#1322458.
  3. [S1525] Raymond Fox Both, WWI Draft Record, Queens Co., NY Draft Board 183, gives April 1, 1900.
  4. [S1813] Edwin J. White, 1905 New York State Census, Age 7 [b. c. 1898] US.
  5. [S1727] Albert Both, 1915 New York State Census, Age 15 [b. c. 1900] US.
  6. [S61] Albert Both, 1900 U.S. Federal Census, Age 2/10 [sic.], b. Apr 1900, NY.
  7. [S85] Raymond Both, Death Certificate No. 3405, Queens County, NY,.
  8. [S63] Deed No. 1683 Both Cemetery Lot 122A - Maple, Burial record.
  9. [S61] Albert Both, 1900 U.S. Federal Census.
  10. [S1813] Edwin J. White, 1905 New York State Census.
  11. [S64] Albert W. Both, 1910 U.S. Census.
  12. [S1727] Albert Both, 1915 New York State Census, Albert was the enumerator for this 1915 census.
  13. [S87] Albert Both entry, 1920 U. S. Census.

Frederick Bieg

M, #30, b. 27 February 1866, d. 15 February 1936
Last Edited=23 October 2014
Frederick Bieg at Hook Creek
     Frederick Bieg was born on 27 Feb 1866 at New York City, New York County, New York.1,2,3,4,5 He was the son of John J. Beig and Wilhelmina Goeble.6 He married Sophia Wilhelmina Tutor, daughter of George Tutor and Ernestine Kleidon, on 16 Sep 1896 at New York City, New York County, New York.6 Frederick Bieg died on 15 Feb 1936 at Ozone Park, Queens County, New York, at age 69.7 He was interred on 18 Feb 1936 at Cypress Hills Cemetery, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, Sec. 15, Crescent Knoll, Block 51, Grave 559.8
     John J. Beig and Wilhelmina Goeble lived at Ninth Ave, New York City, New York County, New York, in 1870. John was a "carman" in 1870.9 Frederick, George, Elizabeth, John, August, Charles and Lena, Wilhelmina Goeble and John J. Beig's child, resided with Wilhelmina and John at 442 East 18th Street, New York City, New York, in 1880.10 Frederick Bieg resided with John J. Beig and Wilhelmina Goeble at 401 First Avenue, New York City, New York, in 1890.11 Frederick Bieg lived at 300 East 93rd Street, New York City, New York, in 1896.6 As Wilhelmina Sophia Bieg's father, Frederick, presented her at her baptism on 7 Nov 1897 at St. George's Episcopal Church, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.12 He and Sophia Wilhelmina Tutor lived at 191 Stanhope Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1897.12 Frederick Bieg and Sophia Wilhelmina Tutor lived at 134 Putnam Avenue, Queens County, New York, in 1900. Sophie's sisters, Lizzie and Anne Tutor also lived with them in 1900.13 Frederick Bieg and Sophia Wilhelmina Tutor lived at 694 Jefferson Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1903.14 The 1910 U.S. Census indicates that he was in the box making business.15 Frederick Bieg and Sophia Wilhelmina Tutor lived at 56 Bandman Avenue, Queens County, New York, on 29 Apr 1910. Wilhelmina Klotz was a boarder in their home in 1910.15 Frederick was the owner of a box manufacturing company called Fred Bieg Box Co. at 40-42 Gold Street, in at New York City, New York County, New York. His grandson, William F. Both, confirmed that Fred Bieg owned a box manufacturing company. He made boxes for drug companies like McKesson, and Johnson & Johnson. Frederick didn't convert his business to using motor vehicles for delivery, nor to making corrugated boxes, and eventually sold the business during the depression years. William F. Both recalled that at one point his uncles Fred and Albert Both, and his father William A. Both had considered taking over the business, but it never materialized..16,17 He and Sophia Wilhelmina Tutor lived at Bandman Ave corner Baltic Street, Jamaica, Queens County, New York, in 1915. Filimina Klotz, age 67, was a boarder.18 Frederick Bieg appears in a group photo in Jul 1915. The Bieg's were Roman Catholic, according to William F. Both. He and Sophia Wilhelmina Tutor lived at 113-39 Kimball Ave, Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, in 1920.19 In 1925 William Wubbenhorst was listed as the treasurer of the Fred Bieg Box Company. The business was located at 40-42 Gold Street in Brooklyn.20 Frederick Bieg and Sophia Wilhelmina Tutor lived at 113-17 103rd Avenue, Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, in 1925.21 Frederick Bieg and Sophia Wilhelmina Tutor lived at 113-17 103rd Avenue, Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, in 1930.22

Children of Frederick Bieg and Sophia Wilhelmina Tutor

Citations

  1. [S1257] Mina Beig entry, 1870 U.S. Census, Age 4 [b. ca. 1866], Conn [US with Conn written over it].
  2. [S38] John Beig entry, 1880 U.S. Census, Age 14 [b. ca. 1866].
  3. [S728] 1890 New York City Police Census, New York Co., NY, Microfilm Reel No. 1305561, Age 25 [b. ca. 1865].
  4. [S787] Marriage Certificate, Fred Bieg - Sophia Tutor, 22 Sep 1896, Age 31 in 1896 [b. 1865].
  5. [S260] Fred Bieg, Death Certificate No. 1320, Queens, Co., NY,, b. 27 Feb 1866.
  6. [S787] Marriage Certificate, Fred Bieg - Sophia Tutor, 22 Sep 1896.
  7. [S260] Fred Bieg, Death Certificate No. 1320, Queens, Co., NY,.
  8. [S261] Burial list, Grave No. 559, Block 51, Crescent Knoll.
  9. [S1257] Mina Beig entry, 1870 U.S. Census.
  10. [S38] John Beig entry, 1880 U.S. Census.
  11. [S728] 1890 New York City Police Census, New York Co., NY, Microfilm Reel No. 1305561.
  12. [S1] Minnie Bieg Extract from Register of Baptisms issued 22 Oct 1942.
  13. [S350] Frederick Bieg entry, 1900 U.S. Federal Census.
  14. [S1147] Anna Bieg, Birth Certificate.
  15. [S355] Frederick Bieg, 1910 U.S. Census.
  16. [S655] List of judgements in New York County, p. 14, New York Times.
  17. [S142] Virginia Waldron interview, various dates, 19 Jan 2003 (he sold business in the 1930's).
  18. [S125] 1915 New York State Census, Jamaica, Queens County, New York; Election District 25; Assembly District 4; Page 49.
  19. [S700] Fred Bieg entry, 1920 U.S. Federal Census.
  20. [S1322] Polk's Brooklyn Directory, 1922 Directory, page 1959.
  21. [S127] 1925 New York State Census, Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York; Election District 35; Assembly District 5; Page 32.
  22. [S641] Fred Bieg entry, 1930 U.S. Federal Census.

Sophia Wilhelmina Tutor1

F, #31, b. 11 May 1873, d. 9 September 1962
Last Edited=10 May 2014
Sophia (Tuter) Bieg, 1937
     Sophia Wilhelmina Tutor was born on 11 May 1873 at New York City, New York County, New York.2,3,4,5,6 She was the daughter of George Tutor and Ernestine Kleidon.1 She married Frederick Bieg on 16 Sep 1896 at New York City, New York County, New York.1 Sophia Wilhelmina Tutor died on 9 Sep 1962 at Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, at age 89.7 She was interred on 12 Sep 1962 at Cypress Hills Cemetery, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, Sec. 15, Crescent Knoll, Block 51, Grave 559.8
     The 1880 U.S. Census indicates that Sophia Tutor's family lived in Manhattan, almost next door to her future husband Fred Bieg's family at 442 East 18th Street.9 She lived with George Tutor and Ernestine Kleidon in 1880 at New York City, New York County, New York.9 Sophia Wilhelmina Tutor lived at 345 E. 46th Street, New York City, New York, in 1896.1 As of 16 Sep 1896,her married name was Bieg. Sophia, as Wilhelmina Sophia Bieg's mother, presented her at her baptism on 7 Nov 1897 at St. George's Episcopal Church, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.10 Sophia Wilhelmina Tutor and Frederick Bieg lived at 191 Stanhope Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1897.10 Sophia Wilhelmina Tutor and Frederick Bieg lived at 134 Putnam Avenue, Queens County, New York, in 1900. Sophie's sisters, Lizzie and Anne Tutor also lived with them in 1900.11 Sophia Wilhelmina Tutor and Frederick Bieg lived at 694 Jefferson Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1903.12 Sophia, as Frederick Bieg's wife, resided with him, at 56 Bandman Avenue, Queens County, New York, on 29 Apr 1910. Wilhelmina Klotz was a boarder in their home in 1910..13 Sophia Wilhelmina Tutor and Frederick Bieg lived at Bandman Ave corner Baltic Street, Jamaica, Queens County, New York, in 1915. Filimina Klotz, age 67, was a boarder.14 Sophia Wilhelmina Tutor and Frederick Bieg lived at 113-39 Kimball Ave, Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, in 1920.15 Sophia Wilhelmina Tutor and Frederick Bieg lived at 113-17 103rd Avenue, Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, in 1925.16 Sophia, as Frederick Bieg's wife, resided with him, at 113-17 103rd Avenue, Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, in 1930.17 Sophia Wilhelmina Bieg and Anna Bieg went to Europe sometime in 1937, as they are found on the passenger list of the steamship Champlain, which sailed from Southampton on 15 Oct 1937 and arrived in New York on 21 Oct 1937.18 Sophia Wilhelmina Tutor lived at 113-17 103rd Avenue, Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, in 1940.19 She appears in a group photo in 1944.

Children of Sophia Wilhelmina Tutor and Frederick Bieg

Citations

  1. [S787] Marriage Certificate, Fred Bieg - Sophia Tutor, 22 Sep 1896.
  2. [S181] George Tuter, 1880 U.S. Federal Census, Age = 7 (b. 1873).
  3. [S787] Marriage Certificate, Fred Bieg - Sophia Tutor, 22 Sep 1896, Age in 1896 = 24 (b. 1872).
  4. [S350] Frederick Bieg entry, 1900 U.S. Federal Census, Age = 27, b. May 1873.
  5. [S355] Frederick Bieg, 1910 U.S. Census, ge = 36 (b. 1874).
  6. [S130] 1940 U.S. Federal Census, Ozone Park, Queens, New York; ED 1679; Pg 13A. Age 66 [b. c. 1874] NY.
  7. [S478] Sophia Bieg, Death Certificate No. 156-62-410867, Queens Co., NY,.
  8. [S261] Burial list, Grave No. 559, Block 51, Crescent Knoll.
  9. [S181] George Tuter, 1880 U.S. Federal Census.
  10. [S1] Minnie Bieg Extract from Register of Baptisms issued 22 Oct 1942.
  11. [S350] Frederick Bieg entry, 1900 U.S. Federal Census.
  12. [S1147] Anna Bieg, Birth Certificate.
  13. [S355] Frederick Bieg, 1910 U.S. Census.
  14. [S125] 1915 New York State Census, Jamaica, Queens County, New York; Election District 25; Assembly District 4; Page 49.
  15. [S700] Fred Bieg entry, 1920 U.S. Federal Census.
  16. [S127] 1925 New York State Census, Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York; Election District 35; Assembly District 5; Page 32.
  17. [S641] Fred Bieg entry, 1930 U.S. Federal Census.
  18. [S1307] Manifest, Steamship Champlain, 21 October 1937, for Sophia Bieg and Anna Bieg,.
  19. [S130] 1940 U.S. Federal Census, Ozone Park, Queens, New York; ED 1679; Pg 13A.

Elizabeth Bieg

F, #32, b. 19 March 1898, d. 30 May 1981
Last Edited=11 January 2015
Elizabeth Bieg
     Elizabeth Bieg was born on 19 Mar 1898 at 191 Stanhope Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.1,2,3 She was the daughter of Frederick Bieg and Sophia Wilhelmina Tutor. She married William Henry Wubbenhorst on 23 Apr 1921 at Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York.3 Elizabeth Bieg died on 30 May 1981 at Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, at age 83.4,3,5
     She resided with Frederick Bieg and Sophia Wilhelmina Tutor at 134 Putnam Avenue, Queens County, New York, in 1900.2 Wilhelmina, Elizabeth, Christina and Anna, Frederick Bieg's child, resided with Frederick, at 56 Bandman Avenue, Queens County, New York, on 29 Apr 1910. Wilhelmina Klotz was a boarder in their home in 1910..6 Elizabeth Bieg appears in a group photo a 1915 at Hook Creek, Queens County, New York. She resided with Frederick Bieg and Sophia Wilhelmina Tutor at Bandman Ave corner Baltic Street, Jamaica, Queens County, New York, in 1915.7 She was a bridesmaid at Wilhelmina Sophia Bieg and William August Both's wedding on 30 Jul 1917 at St. Mary's Rectory, Dunton, Queens County, New York.8 She was the maid of honor at Christina T. Bieg and Frank Edwin Rowan's wedding on 29 May 1919 at St. Mary's Church, Dunton, Queens County, New York.9 Elizabeth and Anna, Frederick Bieg and Sophia Wilhelmina Tutor's child, resided with Frederick and Sophia at 113-39 Kimball Ave, Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, in 1920.10 She was listed along with other nurses in the Jamaica Hospital in the 1920 census.11 As of 23 Apr 1921,her married name was Wubbenhorst.3 Elizabeth Bieg and William Henry Wubbenhorst lived at 100-20 88th Avenue, Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, bt 1930 - 1940. Bill's sister Ethel Wubbenhorst was also living with them in 1940.12,13 Elizabeth Bieg lived at 100-20 88th Avenue, Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, in 1940.13 She appears in a group photo in 1944.

Children of Elizabeth Bieg and William Henry Wubbenhorst

Citations

  1. [S884] Elizabeth Bieg, Birth Certificate.
  2. [S350] Frederick Bieg entry, 1900 U.S. Federal Census.
  3. [S233] Audrey Smith, William Wubbenhorst-Elizabeth Bieg Family Group Sheet.
  4. [S236] Social Security Death Index, Elizabeth Wubbenhorst entry, SSN 058-28-8252.
  5. [S234] William Wubbenhorst, "Wubbenhorst Family Tree."
  6. [S355] Frederick Bieg, 1910 U.S. Census.
  7. [S125] 1915 New York State Census, Jamaica, Queens County, New York; Election District 25; Assembly District 4; Page 49.
  8. [S67] Marriage Certificate, William Both - Wilhelmina Bieg, 30 Jul 1917.
  9. [S389] Marriage Return, Frank E. Rowan - Christina T. Bieg, 29 May 1919.
  10. [S700] Fred Bieg entry, 1920 U.S. Federal Census.
  11. [S94] Ancestry.com, 1920 Federal Census, Queens Co., NY.
  12. [S128] 1930 U.S. Federal Census, Queens,Queens,New York;T626-1609;Pg:9A;ED:558.
  13. [S1884] William Wubbenhorst, 1940 U.S. Federal Census.

Christina T. Bieg

F, #33, b. 23 January 1901, d. 4 December 1970
Last Edited=24 January 2017
     Christina T. Bieg was born on 23 Jan 1901 at Queens County, New York.1,2,3,4 She was the daughter of Frederick Bieg and Sophia Wilhelmina Tutor. She married Frank Edwin Rowan on 29 May 1919 at St. Mary's Church, Dunton, Queens County, New York.3 Christina T. Bieg died on 4 Dec 1970 at Putman, Windham County, Connecticut, at age 69.5,6,4 She was interred at South Cemetery, Pomfret, Windham County, Connecticut.7,6,4
     Wilhelmina, Elizabeth, Christina and Anna, Frederick Bieg's child, resided with Frederick, at 56 Bandman Avenue, Queens County, New York, on 29 Apr 1910. Wilhelmina Klotz was a boarder in their home in 1910..1 Christina T. Bieg appears in a group photo a 1915 at Hook Creek, Queens County, New York. She resided with Frederick Bieg and Sophia Wilhelmina Tutor at Bandman Ave corner Baltic Street, Jamaica, Queens County, New York, in 1915.8 Christina T. Bieg appears in a group photo in Jul 1915. As of 19 May 1919,her married name was Rowan. She lived with Ella Bernard Benson in 1920 at Jamaica, Queens County, New York.9 Christina T. Bieg resided with Frederick Bieg and Sophia Wilhelmina Tutor at 113-17 103rd Avenue, Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, in 1925.10 Christina T. Bieg and Frank Edwin Rowan lived at Pomfret, Windham County, Connecticut, bt 1935 - 1940.11 She was the postmaster of Pomfret, Connecticut from the 1940's into the 1960's. Christina T. Bieg appears in a group photo in 1944.

Children of Christina T. Bieg and Frank Edwin Rowan

Citations

  1. [S355] Frederick Bieg, 1910 U.S. Census.
  2. [S126] 1920 U.S. Federal Census, Queens Assembly District 4, Queens, New York, Roll T625-1234, Page 5B, Enumeration District 295. Age 18 [b. c. 1902], NY; name: Christina B Rowan.
  3. [S389] Marriage Return, Frank E. Rowan - Christina T. Bieg, 29 May 1919.
  4. [S231] Rowan plot, tombstone inscription.
  5. [S1802] Connecticut Death Index, 1949-2001, Chris B Rowan; Age 69 Years, b. abt 1901; d. 4 Dec 1970; Residence: Pomfret, Windham, Connecticut; Putnam, Windham, Connecticut; Spouse: Frank; State File # 25190.
  6. [S77] Eileen Rowan, Frank Rowan-Christina Bieg Family Group Sheet.
  7. [S683] Find-A-Grave web site, South Cemetery, Pomfret, Windham County, Connecticut; Christina Bieg Rowan; b. Jan. 23, 1901; d. Dec. 4, 1970.
  8. [S125] 1915 New York State Census, Jamaica, Queens County, New York; Election District 25; Assembly District 4; Page 49.
  9. [S126] 1920 U.S. Federal Census, Queens Assembly District 4, Queens, New York, Roll T625-1234, Page 5B, Enumeration District 295.
  10. [S127] 1925 New York State Census, Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York; Election District 35; Assembly District 5; Page 32.
  11. [S130] 1940 U.S. Federal Census, Pomfret, Windham, Connecticut; T627-528; Page 1A; Enumeration District 8-24.

Anna Bieg

F, #34, b. 3 February 1903, d. January 1970
Last Edited=2 November 2013
     Anna Bieg was born on 3 Feb 1903 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.1 She was the daughter of Frederick Bieg and Sophia Wilhelmina Tutor.1 She married Basile Mathfey Lomakin on 31 Jul 1932 at Epiphany Episcopal Church, 103rd Street & 103rd Avenue, Ozone Park, Queens County, New York. The witnesses were Katherine Haas and William Hulse.2 Anna Bieg and Basile Mathfey Lomakin were divorced.3 Anna Bieg and Basile Mathfey Lomakin were married a second time on 8 Nov 1937 at Queens Boro Hall, Queens County, New York.4 Anna Bieg died in Jan 1970 at Jamaica, Queens County, New York, at age 66.5 She was interred at Cypress Hills Cemetery, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, Sec. 15, Crescent Knoll, Block 51, Grave 1337.6
     Wilhelmina, Elizabeth, Christina and Anna, Frederick Bieg's child, resided with Frederick, at 56 Bandman Avenue, Queens County, New York, on 29 Apr 1910. Wilhelmina Klotz was a boarder in their home in 1910..7 Anna Bieg appears in a group photo a 1915 at Hook Creek, Queens County, New York. She resided with Frederick Bieg and Sophia Wilhelmina Tutor at Bandman Ave corner Baltic Street, Jamaica, Queens County, New York, in 1915.8 Anna Bieg appears in a group photo in Jul 1915. Elizabeth and Anna, Frederick Bieg and Sophia Wilhelmina Tutor's child, resided with Frederick and Sophia at 113-39 Kimball Ave, Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, in 1920.9 Anna Bieg resided with Frederick Bieg and Sophia Wilhelmina Tutor at 113-17 103rd Avenue, Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, in 1925.10 Anna was employed as a stenographer at an insurance company at New York in 1930.11 Anna, Frederick Bieg's child, resided with Frederick at 113-17 103rd Avenue, Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, in 1930.11 Her married name was Lomakin. She and Basile ran a beauty parlor at 114-03 Liberty Avenue for many years.12 Anna Bieg and Sophia Wilhelmina Bieg went to Europe sometime in 1937, as they are found on the passenger list of the steamship Champlain, which sailed from Southampton on 15 Oct 1937 and arrived in New York on 21 Oct 1937.13 Anna Bieg and Basile Mathfey Lomakin lived at 113-17 103rd Avenue, Ozone Park, Queens County, New York, in 1940.14 Anna Bieg and Basile Mathfey Lomakin lived at 114-03 Liberty Avenue, Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, in 1942.15 Anna Bieg appears in a group photo in 1944.

Citations

  1. [S1147] Anna Bieg, Birth Certificate.
  2. [S1589] Marriage Certificate, Basil Lomakin - Anna Bieg, 31 July 1932, at Epiphany Church [Ozone Park].
  3. [S1590] Marriage Certificate, Basil Lomakin - Anna Bieg, 08 November 1937, [both indicated as previously divorced].
  4. [S1590] Marriage Certificate, Basil Lomakin - Anna Bieg, 08 November 1937.
  5. [S236] Social Security Death Index, Anna Lomakin entry, SSN 068-10-7084.
  6. [S65] William F. Both interview, 4 Jun 1994.
  7. [S355] Frederick Bieg, 1910 U.S. Census.
  8. [S125] 1915 New York State Census, Jamaica, Queens County, New York; Election District 25; Assembly District 4; Page 49.
  9. [S700] Fred Bieg entry, 1920 U.S. Federal Census.
  10. [S127] 1925 New York State Census, Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York; Election District 35; Assembly District 5; Page 32.
  11. [S641] Fred Bieg entry, 1930 U.S. Federal Census.
  12. [S141] Personal knowledge of the complier, Mark Waldron.
  13. [S1307] Manifest, Steamship Champlain, 21 October 1937, for Sophia Bieg and Anna Bieg,.
  14. [S130] 1940 U.S. Federal Census, Ozone Park, A.D 5, Queens, New York; T627-2751; Page: 13A; Enumeration District: 41-1679. Age 48 [b. c. 1892] Russia.
  15. [S1674] On-line at Ancestry.com, World War II Draft Record: Basile Mathfey Lomakin; b. 1 Mar 1892, Calooga, Russia; Residence: 114-03 Liberty Ave, Richmond Hill, Queens, New York.

Johann Hinrich Karl Dammeyer1

M, #35, b. 15 January 1843
Last Edited=7 November 2014
     Johann Hinrich Karl Dammeyer was born on 15 Jan 1843 at Bodenburg, Germany.2 He was the son of August Heinrich Dammeyer and Johanne Marie Katharina Probst.3 He married Anna Karoline Louise Mindermann, daughter of Konrad Faber and Catherina Margareta Elisabeth Mindermann, on 15 Oct 1865 at Geestendorf, Prussia, Germany.2,1
     As Ernest August Karl Dammeyer's father, Johann, presented him at his baptism on 18 Feb 1866 at Church of Geestendorf, Geestendorf, Prussia, Germany.1 Johann was employed as a laborer and a sailor.2,4,5

Children of Johann Hinrich Karl Dammeyer and Anna Karoline Louise Mindermann

Citations

  1. [S5] Ernest August Karl Dammeyer Extract of Birth and Christening record issued 18 Feb 1866.
  2. [S1092] Erika Friedrichs and Klaus Friedrichs, Geestendorf Family Book, Vol. 1, pg. 118.
  3. [S1092] Erika Friedrichs and Klaus Friedrichs, Geestendorf Family Book, Vol. 1, pg. 117.
  4. [S1428] German Sailor Registry, online ancestry.com, Dammeyer,Karl - Bremen, Germany Sailors Registry, 1824-1917,Bremen Staatsarchiv Microfilm FS 5375.
  5. [S1429] German Ships Crew Lists, online ancestry.com.
  6. [S1852] Marriage Certificate, August Dammeyer - Minnie Katt, 2 July 1893.

Anna Karoline Louise Mindermann1

F, #36, b. 21 September 1841
Last Edited=12 August 2017
     Anna Karoline Louise Mindermann was born illegitimate on 21 Sep 1841 at Wulsdorf, Cuxhaven, Niedersachsen, Germany.2 She was the daughter of Konrad Faber and Catherina Margareta Elisabeth Mindermann.2 Anna Karoline Louise Mindermann was baptized on 22 Sep 1841 at Wulsdorf, Cuxhaven, Niedersachsen.3 She married Johann Hinrich Karl Dammeyer on 15 Oct 1865 at Geestendorf, Prussia, Germany.2,1
     As of 15 Oct 1865,her married name was Dammeyer. Anna, as Ernest August Karl Dammeyer's mother, presented him at his baptism on 18 Feb 1866 at Church of Geestendorf, Geestendorf, Prussia, Germany.1

Children of Anna Karoline Louise Mindermann and Johann Hinrich Karl Dammeyer

Citations

  1. [S5] Ernest August Karl Dammeyer Extract of Birth and Christening record issued 18 Feb 1866.
  2. [S1092] Erika Friedrichs and Klaus Friedrichs, Geestendorf Family Book, Vol. 1, pg. 118.
  3. [S2212] Anna Karoline Louise Mindermann Baptism issued 22 September 1841.
  4. [S1852] Marriage Certificate, August Dammeyer - Minnie Katt, 2 July 1893.

Henry Both1,2,3

M, #37, b. 3 June 1824, d. 21 September 1879
Last Edited=14 May 2016
     Henry Both was born on 3 Jun 1824 in Suderan, Duchy of Holstein, Germany.4,5,6,7,8,9 He married Maria Dorothea Buls b 1855.3,10,11 Henry Both died on 21 Sep 1879 at 450 Grand Street, New York City, New York, at age 55.2,12,9 He was interred on 23 Sep 1879 at Lutheran (now 'All Faiths') Cemetery, Middle Village, Queens County, New York, Lot 11439, Map 3A.9
     
The Descendants of Henry Both of New York


Introduction



The information in this genealogy has been collected from a large variety of sources. The Endnotes section of this report provides detailed citations for every source that was consulted.

This genealogy report uses a family numbering system similar to that used by the New England Historic Genealogical Society Register. It is organized like a descendant chart, such that each generation is presented before the next generation is shown.

Each person has a narrative that provides a history of his/her life. If the person had children, the name is preceded by an Arabic number, starting with 1 for the oldest ancestor. A superscript number following the first name indicates his/her generation number. Superscript numbers at the end of sentences refer to the citations shown in the Endnotes section.

The children in a family are then listed with small Roman numerals, followed by their birth, marriage and death information (if known). An Arabic number preceding the Roman numeral indicates that person had children that are listed in a more detailed discussion that can be found in a narrative labeled with that Arabic number. (see Henry A. and Albert in the example below). For example, Henry A. Both, below, has number 4. Thus more discussion of Henry A. Both can be found elsewhere in the report at the number 4. Albert has no Arabic number, indicating that there is not a more detailed discussion of him later on.


     2. ELISABETH CAROLINE2 BOTH (Henry1) was born on 15 Aug 1858 in New York City, New York.5,15,16,17 She married John Jacob Lambert on 3 Jun 1877 in Madison Street German Presbyterian Church, New York City, New York County, New York.18,19 She died on 24 Jun 1944 in Isabella Home, New York City, New York City, New York County, New York, at age 85.5,20 She was interred on 27 Jun 1944 in Lutheran (now 'All Faiths') Cemetery, Middle Village, Queens County, New York, Lot 11439, Map 3A.5
      She and John Jacob Lambert lived at 450 Grand Street, New York City, New York, in 1880.21 She lived at Isabella Home, 501 W 190th St, in New York City, New York County, New York, February 1930 until June 1944.20 According to her death certificate, Elizabeth worked as a seamstress.20
      Children of Elisabeth Caroline2 Both and John Jacob Lambert both born in New York City, New York County, New York, were as follows:
          4.     i.     HENRY A.3 was born circa 1878. He married Ida (--?--) circa 1900. He died on 30 Mar 1932.
                ii.     ALBERT was born in 1879.22


The superscript italic number immediately following a person's given name (e.g., Elizabeth Caroline2 ) indicates his/her generation from person number 1, Henry Both. Following the person's name is his or her father's first name and his generation number, enclosed in parentheses. (Elizabeth's father is Henry Both.) Superscripts following other information are references to the footnotes at the end of the report that provide citations to the sources of the information.

This volume, of necessity, must be considered a work in progress, as not all of the information contained herein has been fully researched. If the reader would like to offer corrections or additions to any of the information, the complier would be pleased to receive them.

Henry was employed as a cigar maker at New York City, New York County, New York, from 1849 until 1879.3,13,14 Henry immigrated from Altona, Prussia to New York, New York on 30 Apr 1849 on the Bark Franklin. The passenger ship list indicates the ship came from Hamburg with 71 passengers, and that H. Both was a 25 year old cigar maker from Altona, and his destination was New York.1

He emigrated to the U.S. in April of 1849, just prior to the end of the German Revolution of 1848, which ended in failure in June 1849.15,16.1,17 He lived in New York City, New York County, New York, (Ward 8) in 1850. He shared a flat with a young couple and two other single men, who were all also cigar makers.3 He and Maria Dorothea Buls lived at 10th Ward, at New York City, New York County, New York, in 1855.10 Henry Both was naturalized on 16 Feb 1856 at New York City, New York County, New York.18 He lived at 143 Orchard Street, New York City, New York County, New York, in 1857.19 He and Maria Dorothea Buls lived at 114 Norfolk Street, New York City, New York County, New York, (13th Ward) bt 1859 - 1865. Note that their son Albert's name was given as Henry on the 1860 census.11,20 When Jacob Both was sworn in as a citizen on 28 Aug 1860 at Common Pleas Court, New York County, New York, Henry was a witness for an unknown person .21

In 1865 Henry Both applied for a U.S. passport. On his application he indicated that:
1) he was a naturalized citizen,
2) he was born 3 June 1824 in Suderan, Duchy of Holstein, Germany,
3) that he intended to take with him his wife, Maria Dorothea, age 46, and children, Elizabeth Caroline Both age 7, and Albert William Both, age 5.6
Henry Both and Maria Dorothea Buls lived at 450 Grand Street, New York City, New York, from at least 1868 to 1879.22,23,14 U. S. Census records from 1850 to 1870 indicate that Henry Both was a cigar maker. New York City Directories also show his occupation as "segars" from 1862 through his death in 1879. He must have been quite successful, as the census records show the value of his personal estate growing from $800 in 1860 to $5,000 in 1870.

Children of Henry Both and Maria Dorothea Buls

Citations

  1. [S59] Manifest, Bark Franklin, for H. Both, passenger list 30 Apr 1949.
  2. [S21] Henry Both, Death Certificate New York Co., NY Death Certificate No. 329591,.
  3. [S69] Henry Both entry, 1850 U.S. Census.
  4. [S1972] 1855 New York State Census, New York County, New York, Ward 10, 1st Election Dist., Page 36, Age 31 [b. ca. 1824], Germany; name: Henry Both.
  5. [S146] "Henery Roth" he entry, 1870 U.S. Census, Age 42 [b. ca. 1828].
  6. [S1278] Henry Both, U.S. Passport Records, issued 01 May 1865 , On line at Ancestry.com,.
  7. [S937] Henry Both, 1870 U.S. Federal Census, Age 46 [b. ca. 1824].
  8. [S21] Henry Both, Death Certificate New York Co., NY Death Certificate No. 329591,, Age on 21 Sep 1879: 55y 3m 16d [b. 05 Jun 1824].
  9. [S35] Burial list.
  10. [S1972] 1855 New York State Census, New York County, New York, Ward 10, 1st Election Dist., Page 36.
  11. [S144] Henry Bath entry, 1860 U.S. Census.
  12. [S1641] Henry Both (Bott in the document), 1880 U. S. Federal Census Mortality Schedule, Month of death: Sept, Cause: "Tabes dorsalis", resided in county: 30 yrs, address 450 Grand, occupation: segarman, born Germany, age 55, married.
  13. [S1972] 1855 New York State Census, New York County, New York, Ward 10, 1st Election Dist., Page 36, "Segar maker."
  14. [S145] New York City Directory.
  15. [S81] Diether Raff, A History of Germany, page 81.
  16. The age and occupation (cigar maker) of H. Both on the 1849 passenger ship list agree with the occupation and birth date derived from Henry Both's death certificate. The immigration date also agrees with the years resident in New York City shown on the death certificate. The age and occupation also agree with three census records (1850, 1860 & 1870). Thus there is reasonable assurance that all of these records refer to the same person.
  17. [S213] Michael Cassady, "Passenger List, The Bark Franklin, 30 April 1849."
  18. [S2055] On-line at Ancestry.com Naturalization Petition, Common Pleas City and County of NY (Bundle 152, No. 257), He renounced allegiance to the King of Denmark. His address noted as "Orchard St" (16 February 1856).
  19. [S2036] 1857New York City Directory.
  20. [S143] 1861 New York City Directory, (also the 1859 & 1862 directory). 24
  21. [S1397] http://www.footnote.com/ Naturalization Record Index Card, NARA M1674, Bundle No. 240, Record No. 213. Henry Both was his witness (28 August 1860).
  22. [S146] "Henery Roth" he entry, 1870 U.S. Census.
  23. [S937] Henry Both, 1870 U.S. Federal Census, New York Ward 13 District 5 (2nd Enumeration), New York, New York; M593-1031; Page: 142B. "450 Pitt St."

Maria Dorothea Buls1,2,3

F, #38, b. about 1822, d. 26 June 1889
Last Edited=14 March 2016
     Maria Dorothea Buls was born a 1822 at Prussia.4,5,6,7,8,9,10 She married Henry Both b 1855.11,12,13 Maria Dorothea Buls died on 26 Jun 1889 at 381 Lexington Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.14 She was interred on 29 Jun 1889 at Lutheran (now 'All Faiths') Cemetery, Middle Village, Queens County, New York, Lot 11439, Map 3A.15
     Maria Dorothea Buls was also known as Doris Singla.16 Maria immigrated a 1847.17 She and Henry Both lived at 10th Ward, at New York City, New York County, New York, in 1855.12 As of b 1858,her married name was Both. Maria Dorothea Buls and Henry Both lived at 114 Norfolk Street, New York City, New York County, New York, (13th Ward) bt 1859 - 1865. Note that their son Albert's name was given as Henry on the 1860 census.13,18 Maria Dorothea Buls and Henry Both lived at 450 Grand Street, New York City, New York, from at least 1868 to 1879.19,20,21 Maria Dorothea Both lived at 450 Grand Street, New York City, New York, in 1880.22

Children of Maria Dorothea Buls and Henry Both

Citations

  1. [S1277] Marriage Certificate, John Lambert - Elisabeth Caroline Both, 03 June 1877, gives her mother's name as Mary D. Buls.
  2. [S1278] Henry Both, U.S. Passport Records, issued 01 May 1865 , gives wife's name as Maria Dorothea, On line at Ancestry.com,.
  3. [S78] Elizabeth C. Both, Death Certificate No. 796, Queens Co., New York,, gives mother's name as Dorothea Bulg.
  4. [S144] Henry Bath entry, 1860 U.S. Census, Age 38 [b. ca. 1822], b. Germany.
  5. [S1972] 1855 New York State Census, New York County, New York, Ward 10, 1st Election Dist., Page 36, Age 34 [b. ca. 1821], Germany; name: Dorathe Both.
  6. [S1278] Henry Both, U.S. Passport Records, issued 01 May 1865 , Age 46 in 1865 [b. c. 1819], On line at Ancestry.com,.
  7. [S937] Henry Both, 1870 U.S. Federal Census, Age 48 [b. ca. 1822], b. Prussia.
  8. [S146] "Henery Roth" she entry, 1870 U.S. Census, Age 29 [b. ca. 1841, age must be wrong], b. Prussia.
  9. [S686] Dora Both entry, 1880 U.S. Federal Census, Age 65 [b. ca. 1815], b. Prussia.
  10. [S15] Doris Both, Death Certificate No. 9247, Kings Co., NY,, Age 58 [b. c. 1831], Germany.
  11. [S69] Henry Both entry, 1850 U.S. Census.
  12. [S1972] 1855 New York State Census, New York County, New York, Ward 10, 1st Election Dist., Page 36.
  13. [S144] Henry Bath entry, 1860 U.S. Census.
  14. [S15] Doris Both, Death Certificate No. 9247, Kings Co., NY,.
  15. [S35] Burial list.
  16. [S62] Albert W. Both, Death Certificate No. 19294, Kings, Co., NY,.
  17. [S15] Doris Both, Death Certificate No. 9247, Kings Co., NY,, The death certificate indicates she was in the U.S. 42 years (I.e., she immigrated ca. 1847).
  18. [S143] 1861 New York City Directory, (also the 1859 & 1862 directory). 23
  19. [S146] "Henery Roth" she entry, 1870 U.S. Census.
  20. [S937] Henry Both, 1870 U.S. Federal Census, New York Ward 13 District 5 (2nd Enumeration), New York, New York; M593-1031; Page: 142B. "450 Pitt St."
  21. [S145] New York City Directory.
  22. [S686] Dora Both entry, 1880 U.S. Federal Census.

John J. Beig1,2

M, #39, b. about 1839, d. 29 March 1899
Last Edited=3 September 2017
     John J. Beig was born a 1839 at Alsace-Lorraine, Germany.3,4,5,6,1 He married Wilhelmina Goeble, daughter of Jacob Gobel, b 1861. John J. Beig died on 29 Mar 1899 in Harlem Hospital, New York City, New York County, New York.1 He was buried on 31 Mar 1899 at The Evergreens Cemetery, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.1
     
Beig/Bieg and Both Families of New York


Introduction



The information in this genealogy has been collected from a large variety of sources. The Endnotes section of this report provides detailed citations for every source that was consulted.

This genealogy report uses a family numbering system similar to that used by the New England Historic Genealogical Society Register. It is organized like a descendant chart, such that each generation is presented before the next generation is shown.

Each person has a narrative that provides a history of his/her life. If the person had children, the name is preceded by an Arabic number, starting with 1 for the oldest ancestor. A superscript number following the first name indicates his/her generation number. Superscript numbers at the end of sentences refer to the citations shown in the Endnotes section.

The children in a family are then listed with small Roman numerals, followed by their birth, marriage and death information (if known). An Arabic number preceding the Roman numeral indicates that person had children that are listed in a more detailed discussion that can be found in a narrative labeled with that Arabic number. (see Henry A. and Albert in the example below). For example, Henry A. Both, below, has number 4. Thus more discussion of Henry A. Both can be found elsewhere in the report at the number 4. Albert has no Arabic number, indicating that there is not a more detailed discussion of him later on.


     2. ELISABETH CAROLINE2 BOTH (Henry1) was born on 15 Aug 1858 in New York City, New York.5,15,16,17 She married John Jacob Lambert on 3 Jun 1877 in Madison Street German Presbyterian Church, New York City, New York County, New York.18,19 She died on 24 Jun 1944 in Isabella Home, New York City, New York City, New York County, New York, at age 85.5,20 She was interred on 27 Jun 1944 in Lutheran (now 'All Faiths') Cemetery, Middle Village, Queens County, New York, Lot 11439, Map 3A.5
      She and John Jacob Lambert lived at 450 Grand Street, New York City, New York, in 1880.21 She lived at Isabella Home, 501 W 190th St, in New York City, New York County, New York, February 1930 until June 1944.20 According to her death certificate, Elizabeth worked as a seamstress.20
      Children of Elisabeth Caroline2 Both and John Jacob Lambert both born in New York City, New York County, New York, were as follows:
          4.     i.     HENRY A.3 was born circa 1878. He married Ida (--?--) circa 1900. He died on 30 Mar 1932.
                ii.     ALBERT was born in 1879.22


The superscript italic number immediately following a person's given name (e.g., Elizabeth Caroline2 ) indicates his/her generation from person number 1, Henry Both. Following the person's name is his or her father's first name and his generation number, enclosed in parentheses. (Elizabeth's father is Henry Both.) Superscripts following other information are references to the footnotes at the end of the report that provide citations to the sources of the information.

This volume, of necessity, must be considered a work in progress, as not all of the information contained herein has been fully researched. If the reader would like to offer corrections or additions to any of the information, the complier would be pleased to receive them.

John immigrated to New York a 1840. His death certificate indicates he arrived in the U.S. from Germany at age 1 (ca. 1840)..1 He lived at 269 Avenue A, New York City, New York County, New York, in 1867. He worked as a cartman.7 He lived at 269 Avenue A, New York City, New York County, New York, in 1868. He worked as a cartman.8 John was employed as a railroad car driver at New York City, New York County, New York, from 1868 until 1885. John's occupation was listed in the New York City Directories in various years as a driver..9,10 He and Wilhelmina Goeble lived at Ninth Ave, New York City, New York County, New York, in 1870. John was a "carman" in 1870.11 He lived at 294 Avenue A, New York City, New York County, New York, bt 1873 - 1878.12 He and Wilhelmina Goeble lived at 442 East 18th Street, New York City, New York, in 1880.9 John J. Beig lived at 442 East 18th Street, New York City, New York, in 1886. His occupation was an Ostler.13 He lived at 423 East 22nd Street, New York City, New York, in 1888. His occupation was a Driver.14 He and Wilhelmina Goeble lived at 401 First Avenue, New York City, New York, in 1890.15 John J. Beig lived at 300 East 96th Street, New York City, New York County, New York, prior to March 1899.1

Children of John J. Beig and Wilhelmina Goeble

Citations

  1. [S60] John Beig, Death Certificate No. 9263, New York Co., NY,.
  2. [S196] John F. Beig, Death Certificate New York Co., NY No. 9478,.
  3. [S1257] Mina Beig entry, 1870 U.S. Census, Age 31 [b. ca. 1839], Germany.
  4. [S38] John Beig entry, 1880 U.S. Census, Age 41 [b. ca. 1839].
  5. [S703] Charles C. Bieg entry, 1920 U.S. Federal Census, Son Charles gives his parents' birthplace as Alsace-Lorraine.
  6. [S728] 1890 New York City Police Census, New York Co., NY, Microfilm Reel No. 1305561, Age 51 [b. ca. 1839].
  7. [S1850] New York City Directory (Bieg), Page 89; occup: cartman.
  8. [S1850] New York City Directory (Bieg), 1868, Page 89; occup: cartman.
  9. [S38] John Beig entry, 1880 U.S. Census.
  10. [S145] New York City Directory.
  11. [S1257] Mina Beig entry, 1870 U.S. Census.
  12. [S1850] New York City Directory (Bieg), 1872, Pg 98; 1878, Pg; 108; Occup.: Driver.
  13. [S1754] U.S. City Directories, 1821-1989, New York, New York, City Directory, 1886; John Beig; 442 E 18th, New York, New York; Occupation: Ostler.
  14. [S1754] U.S. City Directories, 1821-1989, New York, New York, City Directory, 1888; John J Beig; 423 E 22d, New York, New York; Occupation: Driver.
  15. [S728] 1890 New York City Police Census, New York Co., NY, Microfilm Reel No. 1305561.
  16. [S1352] John Edgar Beig, Birth Certificate New York Co., New York, Certificate No. 33884,.
  17. [S806] Marriage Certificate, George Beig - Anna Staats, 19 Jul 1928.
  18. [S1409] Marriage Certificate, Georg Beig - Katharine Stadts, 15 June 1887.
  19. [S787] Marriage Certificate, Fred Bieg - Sophia Tutor, 22 Sep 1896.
  20. [S991] Marriage Certificate, Henry Noll - Wilhelmina Beig, 25 August 1901.

George Tutor

M, #40, b. 5 October 1849, d. 25 April 1914
Last Edited=4 October 2017
     George Tutor was born on 5 Oct 1849 at Oberleiderbach, Bavaria, Germany.1,2,3,4 He was the son of George Tutor and Margaretha Dussoto. George Tutor married Ernestine Kleidon, daughter of Johann Kleidon and Anna Merczinski, on 11 Oct 1873 at St. Matthews Church, Broome St., New York City, New York County, New York. 56 George Tutor married Elizabeth Putzker, daughter of Edward Putzker and Johanne Halwig, on 28 Sep 1890 at New York, New York County, New York.7 George Tutor died on 25 Apr 1914 at 358 East 19th Street, New York City, New York County, New York, at age 64.8 He was interred on 27 Apr 1914 at Lutheran (now 'All Faiths') Cemetery, Middle Village, Queens County, New York, Lot 13940, Map 3A.9 His estate was probated on 27 May 1914 at New York City, New York County, New York.10
     He immigrated a 1870 to New York City, New York County, New York, In 1870 George was employed as a house carpenter.11,12 He and Ernestine Kleidon lived at 5 Christie Street, New York City, New York County, New York, in 1873.6 George was employed as a carpenter 1873 through at least 1886.13,6 He and Ernestine Kleidon lived at 6 Christie Street, New York City, New York County, New York, in 1874.14,15 George Tutor and Ernestine Kleidon lived at 411 East 29th Street, New York City, New York County, New York, in 1879.16 George Tutor and Ernestine Kleidon lived at at 438 East 18th Street, at New York City, New York County, New York, in 1880. 1713 George Tutor lived at 281 Avenue A, New York, New York County, New York, in 1890.7 He and Elizabeth Putzker lived at 344 East 22nd Street, New York City, New York County, New York, in 1900. He was a house carpenter.18

Children of George Tutor and Ernestine Kleidon

Citations

  1. [S387] Marriage Return, George Tutor - Ernestine Kleidon, 11 October 1873, Age 24 in 1873, born Oberleiderbach, Bavaria [b. c. 1849].
  2. [S181] George Tuter, 1880 U.S. Federal Census, Age 30 [b. c. 1850], Germany.
  3. [S413] George Tutor entry, 1900 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Age 50, b. Oct 1849, Germany.
  4. [S179] George Tutor, Death Certificate New York Co., NY Cert. No. 13626,, [gives Oct 5, 1853, Germany].
  5. The marriage certificate and return each have her first name shown as Albertine, but then crossed out and replaced by Ernestine. Perhaps Albertine was a middle name.
  6. [S387] Marriage Return, George Tutor - Ernestine Kleidon, 11 October 1873.
  7. [S629] Marriage Return, George Tutor - Elizabeth Bieber, 28 September 1890.
  8. [S179] George Tutor, Death Certificate New York Co., NY Cert. No. 13626,.
  9. [S218] Lot 13940, Burial list dated 24 April 1996.
  10. [S2177] New York Wills and Probate Records, 1659-1999, Wills, #0989-0991, 1913-1914; Probate 27 May 1914, New York, New York, USA; George Tutor; d. Abt 1914, New York.
  11. [S179] George Tutor, Death Certificate New York Co., NY Cert. No. 13626,, In U.S. 40 years [c. 1874].
  12. [S413] George Tutor entry, 1900 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, The census entry indicates George immigrated in 1870, was in the U. S, 30 years, and was naturalized.
  13. [S181] George Tuter, 1880 U.S. Federal Census.
  14. [S416] Bertha Ida Tutor, Manhattan Death Certificate No. 181447,.
  15. [S1754] U.S. City Directories, 1821-1989, New York, New York, City Directory, 1874, page 1315 "Tutor George, carpenter, h r 6 Chrystie."
  16. [S418] Wilhelmina Tutor, Manhattan Death Certificate No. 313827,.
  17. The 1880 U.S. Census lists George Tuter's wife's name as Albertina, which name is also shown on their marriage return, but crossed out.
  18. [S413] George Tutor entry, 1900 U.S. Census, Population Schedule.
  19. [S787] Marriage Certificate, Fred Bieg - Sophia Tutor, 22 Sep 1896.
  20. [S1055] Louisa Amelia Haas, Death Certificate Queens Co., New York, Certificate No. 340,.

Ernestine Kleidon1,2

F, #41, b. about 1855, d. 12 September 1886
Last Edited=26 July 2017
     Ernestine Kleidon was born a 1855 in Lauenberg, Prussia.3,4,5 She was the daughter of Johann Kleidon and Anna Merczinski. Ernestine Kleidon married George Tutor, son of George Tutor and Margaretha Dussoto, on 11 Oct 1873 at St. Matthews Church, Broome St., New York City, New York County, New York. 63 Ernestine Kleidon died on 12 Sep 1886 at 283 Avenue C, New York City, New York County, New York.5 She was interred on 10 Oct 1886 at Lutheran (now 'All Faiths') Cemetery, Middle Village, Queens County, New York, Lot 13940, Map 3A. She was moved to this lot from another lot, in which she had been buried on 14 Sep 1886.7
     Her son George's death certificate gives her first name as Willimena.8 Ernestine immigrated to New York a 1872.5 She and George Tutor lived at 5 Christie Street, New York City, New York County, New York, in 1873.3 As of 11 Oct 1873,her married name was Tutor. Ernestine Kleidon and George Tutor lived at 6 Christie Street, New York City, New York County, New York, in 1874.9,10 Ernestine Kleidon and George Tutor lived at 411 East 29th Street, New York City, New York County, New York, in 1879.11 Ernestine Kleidon and George Tutor lived at at 438 East 18th Street, at New York City, New York County, New York, in 1880. 124 Ernestine Kleidon was also known as Christine Kleidong.13

Children of Ernestine Kleidon and George Tutor

Citations

  1. [S33] Gwen Ellen Prestwood, "John Scott Descendent List."
  2. [S362] Marian Stoner, Descendant list, John (b. 1706) & Elizabeth Scott.
  3. [S387] Marriage Return, George Tutor - Ernestine Kleidon, 11 October 1873.
  4. [S181] George Tuter, 1880 U.S. Federal Census.
  5. [S221] Ernestine Tutor, Death Certificate No. 576000,.
  6. The marriage certificate and return each have her first name shown as Albertine, but then crossed out and replaced by Ernestine. Perhaps Albertine was a middle name.
  7. [S218] Lot 13940, Burial list dated 24 April 1996.
  8. [S179] George Tutor, Death Certificate New York Co., NY Cert. No. 13626,.
  9. [S416] Bertha Ida Tutor, Manhattan Death Certificate No. 181447,.
  10. [S1754] U.S. City Directories, 1821-1989, New York, New York, City Directory, 1874, page 1315 "Tutor George, carpenter, h r 6 Chrystie."
  11. [S418] Wilhelmina Tutor, Manhattan Death Certificate No. 313827,.
  12. The 1880 U.S. Census lists George Tuter's wife's name as Albertina, which name is also shown on their marriage return, but crossed out.
  13. [S787] Marriage Certificate, Fred Bieg - Sophia Tutor, 22 Sep 1896.

John Eaton Scott

M, #43, b. 11 March 1913, d. 6 January 1981
Last Edited=30 May 2015
John Eaton Scott
     John Eaton Scott was born on 11 Mar 1913 at Coatesville, Chester County, Pennsylvania.1 He was the son of George Humphrey Scott and Ida Caroline Barton. John Eaton Scott died on 6 Jan 1981 at Kent General Hospital, Dover, Kent County, Delaware, at age 67.2 He was interred on 11 Jun 1981 at Fairview Cemetery, Coatesville, Chester County, Pennsylvania, Lot 416 NE.3 He was cremated on 9 Jan 1981 at DelMarva Crematory, Dover, Kent County, Delaware.2
     He was described as 6 feet, gray hair, brown eyes, age 60. John, George Humphrey Scott and Ida Caroline Barton's child, resided with George and Ida at 75 South 6th Street, Coatesville, Chester County, Pennsylvania, in 1917.4 When his father died in 1918 John went to Girard College, a boarding school in Philadelphia, PA. During World War II he was drafted into the U.S. Army and served as a clerk. After the war he served as a base auditor at several Army bases around the world: Austria from December 1949 to June 1953; Washington, D.C. from 1953 to 1957; Panama from January 1957 to June 1960, Fort Dix, New Jersey from 1960 to May 1962, and Korea from April 1962 to May 1963. He retired from the Army in November 1963, and then he worked as a civilian auditor for the U.S. Air Force in Dover Delaware.5 John, Ida Caroline Barton's child, resided with Ida at 220 E. Lincoln Highway, Coatesville, Chester County, Pennsylvania, in 1920.6 John Eaton Scott resided with Ida Caroline Barton at 1642 Erie Avenue, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, in 1930.7

In Rebecca Anastasia Sample's will on 3 Apr 1932 at Coatesville, Chester County, Pennsylvania, John was named as an heir. Her will provided a 1/3 share of her residual estate to the Presbyterian Church of Coatesville.8 John also inherited property in Stottsville, Pennsylvania from his Aunt Rebecca Scott. The property was at the intersection of Pomeroy Road and Strasburg Road and contained the Stottsville Inn, which Rebecca's husband, John E. Scott had obtained from several individuals: Thomas A. Mann, R. H. Hope, Joseph W. Stott and Rachel J. Stott. It had been operated as a tavern in the 1830s, and then as a store operated by James Russel from about 1870, and as the Pomeroy Post Office. John E. Scott operated the store from about 1880 until the turn of the century. He was the last postmaster and businessman to occupy the building. The Inn was destroyed by fire on 08 March 1939. John sold the property in 1946 for $850.00.9

He lived at 3630 North Broad Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, in 1935.10 John was employed as a bookkeeper at F. W. Woolworth Company at 123 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, fr 1936 - 1943. He had taken two and a half years of college accounting courses.11 He resided with Ida Caroline Barton at 3535 North 15th Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, in 1940.12 John was employed in the U.S. Army as a auditor from 1943 until November 1963. He was inducted into the Army on 22 April 1943. He was briefly shipped to Canada for nine months from August 1943 until June 1944, and then was sent to Texas for training at Camp Barkeley. He was then stationed at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, DC until 28 June 1949. He was then assigned to Camp McCauley in Horsching, Austria until June 1953. After that he transferred to Fort Myer, in Arlington, Virginia until January 1957. This was followed by an assignment at Fort Amador, Canal Zone (Panama) until June 1960. After Panama he was transferred to Fort Dix, New Jersey. This assignment lasted until May 1962, when he was sent to Korea. At the end of this assignment John returned to Fort Myer, and retired from the army on 1 November 1963..5,11 He lived at 3535 North 15th Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, in 1945.13

Citations

  1. [S341] John Eaton Scott, Birth Certificate.
  2. [S380] John E. Scott, Death Certificate No. 9,.
  3. [S90] Burial list.
  4. [S1656] George Humphrey Scott, Draft Board No. 3.
  5. [S49] Rowena Scott interview, various dates, 12 Jan 1997.
  6. [S874] Ida Scott entry, 1920 U.S. Federal Census.
  7. [S950] Ida Scott, 1930 U.S. Federal Census.
  8. [S868] Rebecca Scott, Probate Petition and Will (unrecorded).
  9. [S868] Rebecca Scott, Probate Petition and Will (unrecorded), (Also a newspaper article describing the Inn at the time it burned.).
  10. [S869] Walter E. Greenwood, to John E. Scott letter.
  11. [S1566] Army Separation Papers, John E. Scott.
  12. [S1735] John E. Scott, 1940 U.S. Federal Census.
  13. [S871] Goodwin-Hill Wedding Newspaper Announcement, The Lowell Sun.

Caroline Lilian Hrcsko1

F, #44, b. 24 August 1912, d. 22 June 1989
Last Edited=10 July 2015
     Caroline Lilian Hrcsko was born on 24 Aug 1912 at New York City, New York County, New York.2,3,4,1 She was baptized at New York, New York County, New York, at Luther Church.1 She was the daughter of Samuel Hrcsko and Karoline Durgla. She married William Frederick Both on 25 Jun 1947 at Elkton, Cecil County, Maryland.1 Caroline Lilian Hrcsko died on 22 Jun 1989 at Bay Shore, Suffolk County, New York, at age 76.4,5 She was cremated a 23 Jun 1989 at the L.I. Crematory, West Babylon, Suffolk County, New York.1 Her remains were buried in Section 32 Site 363, with her husband on 13 Oct 2006 at Calverton National Cemetery, Calverton, Suffolk County, New York.6
     She lived with Samuel Hrcsko bt 1918 - 1920 at New York City, New York County, New York.7,8 Caroline Lilian Hrcsko lived with Samuel Hrcsko and Karoline Durgla bt 1930 - 1942 at Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York.9,10,11 As of 25 Jun 1947,her married name was Both. Caroline was employed as a supervisor at New York Telephone Co..1

Citations

  1. [S92] William F. Both, William Both-Caroline Hrcsko Family Group Sheet.
  2. [S126] 1920 U.S. Federal Census, Manhattan Assembly District 3, New York, New York; Roll T625-1189; Page 2B; Enumeration District 249. Age 7 [b. c. 1913] NY; name: Caroline Hrcsko.
  3. [S128] 1930 U.S. Federal Census, Richmond Hill, Queens, New York; Roll T626-1608; Page 13A; Enumeration District 520; FHL film 2341342. Age 17 [b. c. 1913] NY; name: Caroline Hrcsko.
  4. [S236] Social Security Death Index, Caroline Both entry.
  5. [S92] William F. Both, William Both-Caroline Hrcsko Family Group Sheet, (gives 23 Jun 1989 date).
  6. [S141] Personal knowledge of the complier, Mark Waldron.
  7. [S1673] On-line at Ancestry.com, World War I Draft Record: Samuel Hrcsko Sr; b. 25 Apr 1881, Hungary; Residence: 412 W 17th St., New York City, New York.
  8. [S126] 1920 U.S. Federal Census, Manhattan Assembly District 3, New York, New York; Roll T625-1189; Page 2B; Enumeration District 249.
  9. [S128] 1930 U.S. Federal Census, Richmond Hill, Queens, New York; Roll T626-1608; Page 13A; Enumeration District 520; FHL film 2341342.
  10. [S130] 1940 U.S. Federal Census, Richmond Hill, Queens, New York; Roll T627-2751; Page 2B; Enumeration District 41-1696B.
  11. [S1674] On-line at Ancestry.com, World War II Draft Record: Samuel Hrcsko Sr; b. 25 Apr 1881, Grinad, Hungary; Residence: 103-30 117th St., Queens, New York.

Rose Benigno

F, #45, b. 8 May 1909, d. 22 December 1993
Last Edited=2 August 2006
Rose (Benigno) Both, Oct 21, 1991
     Rose Benigno was born on 8 May 1909 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.1 She was the daughter of George Benigno. She married William Frederick Both on 21 Oct 1991 at Our Lady of Lordes Roman Catholic Church, West Islip, Suffolk County, New York.2,1 Rose Benigno died on 22 Dec 1993 at Bay Shore, Suffolk County, New York, at age 84.1 She was interred a 23 Dec 1993 at St. Charles Cemetery, Farmingdale, Nassau County, New York.1
     Rose was confirmed Roman Catholic at New York City, New York County, New York.1 As of 21 Oct 1991,her married name was Both.

Citations

  1. [S92] William F. Both, William Both-Caroline Hrcsko Family Group Sheet.
  2. [S141] Personal knowledge of the complier, Mark Waldron, (I attended the wedding).